Spark: Your Sense of Smell
August 15, 2012 4:05 pm ET
We hope you’ve enjoyed our celebration of the spunky Chevy Spark with a look at New York City through your sense of touch and taste. Today GM Northeast celebrates the sense of “smell” with a look at 3 great markets that are sure to get your sense of smell tingling. We hope this really “sparks” your sense of smell!
-Chelsea Market- Tucked underneath the Food Network empire is the historic Chelsea Market. Opening as the original Nabisco factory, Chelsea Market has been retrofitted with small boutiques and more importantly an unbelievable variety of foods creating a plume of various scents. From the smell fresh poached Maine lobster at the properly named Lobster Place to the mouthwatering scent of savory premium grilled cheese sandwiches at Lucy’s Whey, Chelsea Market is engulfed with a cornucopia of flavors. Close your eyes and let your nose guide you through an unbelievable array of scents.
-Fulton Fish Market- Cooking fish is an art not to be trifled with. A combination of improvisation and culinary cunning a fish can quickly go from fried to fish stick in a matter of moments. Roam the isles of the Fulton Fish Market this weekend and choose the perfect fish to do battle with this weekend. With a wide variety of local and imported fish from the full flavored barracuda to the less exotic fluke the scents will get your creative juices flowing.
-Flower Market- There is no lovelier scent than that of fresh cut mid-bloom flowers to put a smile on your face. For a walk of pure floral bliss head back over to Chelsea and lose yourself in an array of scents. From the most domestic varieties of roses to exotic orchids and greenery your nose will go nuts.
Enjoy these experiences and make sure to keep your eyes peeled for the Chevy Spark.